Solid Auto showcases latest range at Temot conference

Specialist supplier of Japanese and Korean parts, Solid Auto, has showcased its product range at the annual Temot spring conference in Warsaw. Attended by over 60 member companies from four continents, with collective purchases of around €9bn, this provided an ideal opportunity for Solid Auto to open up a number of new overseas markets.

The Solid Auto range is available across over 60 different product groups with more than 10,000 applications. Based in the West Midlands, Solid Auto stocks OE and OE quality brands for filters, braking, transmission, cooling, steering and suspension products. With plans to develop the range further through 2016/17, the company is expecting to grow its market presence.

Solid Auto general manager, Mark Price attended the event and said: “We were delighted with the level of interest shown in what we can offer and are now set to visit a number of countries in the coming weeks where we believe there are immediate opportunities to develop the Solid Auto brand and range.”

Customers interested in finding out more about Solid Auto should visit: or call 0121 561 6450 for information about parts. 


Note to Editors

Established in 1983, Solid Auto (UK) is one of the foremost suppliers of quality components for Japanese and other Asian vehicles, distributing throughout the UK and overseas. Its product range includes Filters, Braking, Transmission, Cooling, Electrical, Engine and Steering & Suspension components. All parts are sourced from OE or equivalent manufacturers.

The company supplies high quality products from brands including Exedy, Aisin, Paraut, GMB, NPW, Solid Ace and Mountain among others.

Based out of its purpose-built premises in the West Midlands, Solid Auto offers one of the most comprehensive product ranges in the aftermarket for its sector. The 17,000 sqft warehouse and offices are located in Halesowen, making the site ideally positioned for the UK aftermarket, with national connections.

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